All The Countries Who've Made It To The 2019 Eurovision Grand Final
The Eurovision Song Contest grand final kicks off bright and early this Sunday morning.
As every year, the competition's entrants for 2019 have not disappointed in serving up some iconically Eurovision costumes, concepts and comical lyrics.
There's the anti-capitalist, BDSM, techno-punk group from Iceland called Hatari, Greek-Canadian songstress, Katerine Duska, a 16-year old pop princess from Belarus, Zena, and our very own gravity-defying Kate Miller-Heidke.
Also vying for the title of Eurovision champ -- and the rights to host next year's comp in their country -- are San Marino dentist Serhat, and Slovenia's real-life couple Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl who seem unable to take a photo without gazing lovingly into each other's eyes.
Introducing the Eurovision Song Contest Class of 2019:
Kate Miller-Heidke with "Zero Gravity".
ZENA with "Like It".
Tamta with "Replay".
Lake Malawi with "Friend Of A Friend".
Victor Crone with "Storm".
Katerine Duska with "Better Love".
Hatari with "Hatrið mun sigra".
Serhat with "Say Na Na Na".
Nevena Božović with "Kruna".
Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl with "Sebi".
Jonida Maliqi with "Ktheju tokës".
Chingiz with "Truth".
Leonora with "Love Is Forever".
Michela with "Chameleon".
Duncan Laurence with "Arcade"
Tamara Todevska with "Proud".
KEiiNO with "Spirit In The Sky".
Sergey Lazarev with "Scream".
John Lundvik with "Too Late For Love".
Luca Hänni with "She Got Me".
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